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report is coming out on friday, that has been confirmed. the big government jobs report. scott, the last one before the election. >> that could have a big impact. but there's another thing we haven't really thought about here, wednesday is end of month. you can't keep these things shut for that long. we have end of month and jobs report. we will have to start getting things back on-line very soon. sandra: what do traders want to see ultimately the exchange do as far as trading is concerned? >> we would like to be open. it is also a good advertisement for open outcry, we're standing out here with these funny color jackets on but we want to make sure the public knows we're here and open for business. sandra: that's it. energy is still trading on the globe-ex electronically. only 45 minute break between 5:15 and 6:00 p.m. eastern time, that's still plan as scheduled. trading will begin in energy and gold market tonight. that is if the cme doesn't change things between now and then. we will keep everybody updated on that. liz: thank you very much. neil cavuto will have those globe-ex trades
your money with the government for such relatively low yields, you are not worried about something like that? >> not all of it, but think about it, they are only the negative correlated asset class to all the equities so you want to have that for the risk, it is balanced to your portfolio. do i only want governments? no, i like high yield and global bonds. bonds have been the bright spot -- in the past three years the best risk adjust return of any out there. liz: we kept look agent the yield of ten year treasury -- we kept looking at the yield of ten year treasury. there you have it. 1.72%. >> think about bonds, when we're coming to the end of the year, coming to the fiscal cliff, there's a lot of things going on, so i want to be in the equity markets, but as long as i have bonds, i have balance to protect the overall portfolio. liz: doug, it is good to see you. thank you very much for joining us. doug cote, ing u.s. chief market strategist. thank you very much. >> thank you. liz: closing bell ringing in justless than 7 minutes. i'm going to be tweeting whether i find gas many new jers
good intel and work with government that is our adopted tiger woods story. liz: what about to save face that mayor bloomberg puts it on the organization and let them say they back off? >> i do not have this from the mayor's office perpetrators are saying it is done. when that gets around this usually right. maybe in five minutes than there will say come hell or high water but they're usually right saying it is done. at first i thought it is good but logistically i hear anecdote evidence but tempers are short i had to walk up eight flights and pitch darkness and i am in good shape. i have three kids no heat heat, no hot water. >> you cannot tell what your car. you cannot because there is no electricity. if it turned on tomorrow by a con-ed. >> i know how to siphon yes. i used to do it. liz: i had to move my car. [laughter] >> i think it is done. liz: you said it first. it was a big week here are the "movers and shakers." her. >> goldman sachs was the most prestigious place to work on wall street for the most admired company taking ford and sears public. it was iconic approaching the midd
in that is this was not necessarily a wind event, it was a storm surge event. most of that is covered by government storm insurance. if we look at the most expensive storms, could this be worse than the isaacs and hurricane andrew >> in public opinion, it is not always clear what really caused the damage. people fight with their insurers for years. as a practical matter, the biggest flood risk and storm surge risk will come not from personal customers, but rather from commercial concerns. not that there is anyone who looks at this and says it will not be a manageable event, but if we are likely to get -- it will be a question of who will pay for this. liz: before we go, who do you think comes out a winner here? >> well, you know, we like allstate. if you look for some context, look at the group you had before. the industry has been doing well because they have been raising pricing. allstate is the easiest sort of long-term pricing recovery story because they have a substantial number of captivation. they sell only one product. allstate is able to push pretty substantial price increases through when they need to. t
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